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How Often Should I Get My AC Tuned Up?

  As a Florida resident, you live for that invigorating first step indoors during the summer months. You know that moment I am talking about – you open your front door to a rejuvenating blast of cold air as you abandon the heat for your air-conditioned home. Imagine losing that relief from the heat if […]

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How Do I Know If My Home Is Properly Insulated?

So, your home is weatherproofed, your heating and cooling systems are running smoothly, but the temperature in your house is never quite right. If this sounds familiar, your home may not be properly insulated. “How do I know if my home is properly insulated?” you ask? The experts at Freedom Air are here to share […]

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Benefits of Solar-Powered AC Systems: Why They Might Be Right for You

Are you looking for a way to lower your AC expenses this year? You can reduce your AC bills and your carbon footprint by going solar. To learn more about going off-the-grid with your AC system, continue these insights from the pros at Freedom Air about the benefits of solar-powered AC systems.   How Do […]

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Why is R-22 Getting Phased Out?

If you’ve had a refrigerant leak or recharge, then you’re probably familiar with Freon. This chemical, also known as R-22, is that liquid/gas that cycles through your HVAC system and is integral to heating or cooling your home. It’s important, but it won’t be for much longer. Soon, Freon will be getting phased out of […]

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What is NATE Certification?

Since there are so many different service providers that all like to tout how they are more reliable and trustworthy than the “other guys,” how are you supposed to really know the differences? It’s hard! But there is one thing that you should keep an eye out for when searching for the right provider: NATE […]

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An Intro to Ductless Mini-Split Systems

One of the reasons we spend so much money on our energy bills every month is because it’s hard to function every day without running your furnace or air conditioner – depending on the season. Unless you’ve figured out the formula to staying comfortable without ever switching on the HVAC unit, you’re probably spending a […]

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